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Saturday, the Eleventh of December 
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avannah State University 
Mission Statement 



Savannah State University, the oldest public historically black university in the State of 
Georgia, develops productive members of a global society through high quality instruction, 
scholarship, research, service, and community involvement. The University fosters engaged 
learning and personal growth in a student-centered environment that celebrates the African 
American legacy while nurturing a diverse student body. Savannah State University offers 
graduate and undergraduate studies including nationally accredited programs in the liberal 
arts, the sciences and the professions. 




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History of Savannah State University 

On November 26, 1890, enabling legislation was passed by the Georgia General Assembly to establish a 
school for the education and training of colored students, which was to operate as a part of the University 
of Georgia. One hundred and twenty years later, the college has become Savannah State University, the 
oldest public historically black university in Georgia. 

A preliminary session of the new college was held in the Baxter Street School Building in Athens, Georgia, 
with Richard Robert Wright, Sr., as principal. On October 7, 1891, the new college, named the Georgia 
State Industrial College for Colored Youths, moved to its present location in Thunderbolt, Georgia. Wright 
was president, and there were five faculty members: Loring B. Palmer, A.B.; Frank Cobb, A.B.; Alexander 
Ashton; Reverend Leigh B. Maxwell, A.B.; Reverend James M. Simms, proctor and steward; and Decatur 
Suggs, vice-president. 

The university awarded its first baccalaureate degree to Richard R. Wright, Jr., in 1898. He went on to 
become the first black man to receive the Ph.D. in sociology from the University of Pennsylvania (1911), 
and later to become the president of historic Wilberforce University. During Wright's tenure as president 
(1890-1921), President William McKinley (1898) and President William Howard Taft (1912) visited the 
campus and spoke to students and faculty in the Peter W. Meldrim Hall. 

Cyrus Gilbert Wiley (class of 1899), the first alumnus to become president of the university (1921-1926), 
followed Wright. Benjamin F. Hubert, who came to Georgia State College from Tuskegee Institute, served 
as president from 1926-1947. During his tenure, the college became both a full-time, degree-granting 
institution, without high school and normal programs, and a member of the University System of Georgia 
(1932). The name of the college was changed to Georgia State College in 1932. In 1950, the name of the 
college was changed to Savannah State College, and, in 1996, the name was changed to Savannah State 
University. 

The Significance of the Academic Mace 

Observing the centuries-old convocation procedures, each Marshal in the Savannah State 
University Academic Procession carries an official mace, which is indicative of the power, 
dignity, and magisterium vested in the University. The mace is a club-shaped staff that 
originated in the Middle Ages as a weapon. Eventually, it gained a ceremonial character 
and is presently employed most often by legislative forums and academic enterprises. 

The official mace and stand of Savannah State University were designed and constructed 
from mahogany by Dr. Ernest S. Brown, Associate Professor Emeritus of Civil Engineering 
Technology. 

Savannah State University Motto 

The University's motto is "Lux et Veritas" (Light and Truth). 



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Academic Regalia 

Modern academic dress has evolved from a type of apparel prescribed by English Medieval Universities to 
distinguish their schools from the lay person in dress at a time when everybody wore robes or gowns. When 
American colleges and universities desired to adopt some suitable system of academic apparel a half century 
ago, it seemed best to agree on some definite system which all might follow. Accordingly, this attire has 
consisted of the cap, the gown, and the hood, the latter two now differing according to the degree the wearer 
has received. 

The modern cap, in academic dress, has the same design for all degrees: black and square-shaped with a tassel 
hanging from the center. However, the color of the tassel usually differentiates the field of study for which the 
degree was granted, the gold tassel being worn by doctors or by presidents of colleges and universities. However 
the black tassel is correct for all degrees. 

The gown, unlike the cap, differs appreciably in design according to the degree conferred on the wearer. The 
gown for the bachelor's degree has pointed sleeves. It is designed to be worn closed. The gown for the master's 
degree, worn open or closed, has an oblong sleeve, open at the wrist, like the others. The sleeve base hangs 
down in the traditional manner. The rear part of its oblong shape is square cut, and the front part has an arc 
cut away. The doctor's gown, worn open or closed, has long sleeves faced with velvet; three bars of velvet are 
midway the sleeves. The trimmings of the doctor's gown may be black or the color associated with the field of 
study. 

The hood, while not an article of dress, is however, the most distinctive feature of the academic attire. It is a 
black, cowl-shaped badge or adornment with an oval opening and is worn down the back. It enables one to 
quickly determine not only the degree held by the wearer but also the college or university from which he or she 
is graduated. The colors lining the hood and the size and the shape of the hood make this distinction. The 
bachelor's and master's hoods are three feet and three and a half feet in length, respectively; the doctor's 
hood is four feet in length and is made with a wide panel. Hoods may be worn for only those degrees actually 
held by the wearers. 

Members of the governing body of a college or university, and they only, whatever their degrees may be, are 
entitled to wear doctor's gowns (with black velvet), but their hoods may be only those of degrees actually held 
by the wearers or those especially prescribed for them by the institution. 

In some colleges and universities, it is customary for the president, chancellor, or chief officer to wear a costume 
similar to that worn by the head of a foreign university. 

The chief marshal may wear a specially designed costume approved by the institution. 

For all academic purposes, including trimmings of doctor's gowns, edging of hoods, and tassels of caps, the 
color associated with different subjects as prescribed by the revised American Intercollegiate Code is as follows: 

Arts, Letters, Humanities White Oratory (Speech) Silver Gray 

Business Drab Philosophy Dark Blue 

Economics Copper Physical Education Sage Green 

Education Light Blue Public Administration Peacock Blue 

Law Purple Science Golden Yellow 

Library Science Lemon Social Work Citron 

Music Pink Theology Scarlet 

At Savannah State University, the lining of the hood has an orange chevron on a blue background to represent 
school colors. A faculty member wears the color of his or her alma mater. 

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Commencement Speaker 

Frederick S. Humphries, Ph.D. 

President Emeritus, Tennessee State University 
President Emeritus, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University 



Frederick S. Humphries, Ph.D., president emeritus of Tennessee 
State University (TSU) and Florida Agricutural and Mechanical 
University (FAMU), is the guest speaker. 

A native of Apalachicola, Fl., Humphries graduated magna 
cum laude from FAMU in 1957 with a Bachelor of Science 
degree in chemistry. Humphries was also a distinguished military 
science graduate and is reported to have been the first black officer 
commissioned into the Army Security Agency, the Army's signal 
intelligence branch. After two years in the military, he entered 
the University of Pittsburgh as a teaching assistant in chemistry, 
became a graduate research fellow in 1960, and earned his 
doctoral degree in chemistry in 1964. He was the first black 
student in the university's history to earn a doctorate in that 
discipline. 

The Tennessee Board of Regents named Humphries president 

of TSU in 1974, amid growing controversy over a proposed, 

new multi-million dollar facility for the night school extension 

center at the nearby University of Tennessee at Nashville 

(UTN). Humphries and others argued in U.S. District Court 

that expanding the predominantly white UTN alongside the 

traditionaly black TSU fostered competition for the white 

students and perpetuated segregation. The court ruled the two schools should merge, with UTN placed under the 

administration of Humphries and TSU. TSU became the surviving institution, and Humphries earned a national 

reputation for fighting for historically black colleges and universities and opportunities for minorities. 

Humphries left TSU in 1985 to serve as president at FAMU. During his 16-year tenure, enrollment more than 
doubled; the university attracted 657 National Achievement Scholars; the number of science and engineering 
students increased tenfold; and doctoral degree programs increased from one in 1985 to ten in 2000. Humphries 
retired in 2001 and has been a Regent Professor at the FAMU College of Law since 2003. He is the recipient 
of countless academic, professional, and community awards, including the Drum Major for Justice Award in 
Education from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and the Thurgood Marshall Educational 
Achievement Award. 




Order of Procession 



The Chief Marshal 



The Class Marshals 



Candidates for Masters' Degrees 



Candidates for Baccalaureate Degrees 



Faculty Emeriti 



The Faculty 



The Presidential Party 



The academic regalia, the academic processional, and the ceremonial program are part of an ancient tradition of learning. 
This tradition is a unified, solemn occasion at which only applause is appropriate. 

The audience is asked to refrain from any other form of expression and to reserve celebrations until the program is concluded. 



Savannah State College Hymn 

Original words and music by J. Randolph Fisher and Hillary Hatchett 
Lyrical Revision by Ms. La Gina M. Frazier 



Let us give thanks and praises to 

Our Alma Mater, S.S.U. 

Thine honor, pride, and eminence, 

We raise in prayerful reverence. 

Guide us still from day to day, 

Be Thou mindful lest we lose our way; 

Help us know that life, short or long, 

Means unceasing work for weak and strong. 



Refrain 

Where Savannah meets the sea, 

Where grassy plains and palms abound, 

Where the Flow'rs are gems of loveliness, 

There S.S.U. is found. 

We adore each beauteous scene and hall, 

Our all we pledge to Thee! 

In our hearts we '11 build a shrine for You 

We hail Thee, S.S.U.! 



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Order of Ceremony 



Prelude 



Academic Procession* 



Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr., Ph.D., President 

Presiding 

"Largo" 

Handel 

Professor Quynh Shannon, Organist 

"War March of the Priests" 

Felix Mendelssohn 

Professor Quynh Shannon, Organist 



Presentation of Colors, National Anthem 



Invocation 



Selection 



Introduction of Stage Guests 
and Introduction of Speaker 



Commencement Address 



Presentation of President's Second Mile Award 
Selection 



Introducton of the Vice President 
for Academic Affairs 

Introduction of the Interim Graduate Dean 



Presentation of Candidates for 

the Master of 

Public Administration Degree 



Presentation of Candidates for 
the Master of Science in 
Marine Sciences Degree 

Conferring of Masters' Degrees 



Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps Color Guard 

"The Star-Spangled Banner" 

Reverend Thurmond N. Tillman 

Pastor, First African Baptist Church 

Savannah, Georgia 

"Almighty God of Our Fathers" 

arranged by Will James 

Savannah State University Men's Glee Club Alumni 

Lawrence Hutchins Jr., Co-Conductor 

Rose O. Smith, Co-Conductor and Organist 



Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. 

President 

Dr. Frederick S. Humphries 

President Emeritus 

Tennessee State University 

Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University 

Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. 

"Go Where I Send Thee " 

arranged by Uzee Brown, Jr. 

Savannah State University Men's Glee Club Alumni 



Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. 

Dr. Mary C. Wyatt 

Vice President for Academic Affairs 



Dr. Emily Crawford 

Interim Dean, Graduate Studies 



Dr. Emily Crawford 

Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. 

Assisted by Dr. Mary C. Wyatt, Dr. Emily Crawford, 

Mr. Timothy Cranford, Registrar; and Ms. Kai Walker, 

Assistant Professor, Mass Communications Department 



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Introduction of Academic Deans 



Dr. Mary C. Wyatt 



Presentation of Candidates 

for the Baccalaureate Degree 

College of Business Administration 
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences 
College of Sciences and Technology 

Conferring of Baccalaureate Degrees 



President's Charge to the Graduates 
Alumni Induction 



Presentation of Army Reserve Officers 
Training Corps Candidates for Commissioning 



Commissioning of Officers 

Reading of the Commissioning Document 
Administering the Oath of Office 

Presentation of Naval Reserve Officers 
Training Corps Candidates for Commissioning 



Commissioning of Officers 

Reading of the Commissioning Document 

Administering the Oath of Office 



Dr. Mostafa H. Sarhan, Dean 

Dr. Jane M. Gates, Dean 

Dr. Derrek B. Dunn, Dean 

Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. 

Assisted by Academic Deans, Dr. Mary C. Wyatt, 
Mr. Timothy Cranford, and Ms. Kai Walker 

Dr. Earl G. Yarbrough, Sr. 

Nefertara Clark, Esq., Class of 2004 

Recording Secretary 

SSU National Alumni Association 

Captain Shaun Head 

Chair, Department of Army ROTC 

Savannah State University 

Assistant Professor of Military Science, US Army 

Captain Shaun Head 



Captain Kent Flowers 

Chair, Department of Naval ROTC 

Savannah State University 

Commanding Officer and Professor of 

Naval Science, US Navy 

Captain Kent Flowers 



Alma Mater* 

Benediction 

Recessional** 



"Savannah State College Hymn" 
Professor Quynh Shannon, Organist 

Reverend Thurmond N. Tillman 

"Pomp and Circumstance" 
Sir Edward Elgar 



''The audience is requested to stand. 

^The audience is requested to sit and to remain seated until the recession has exited. 



Graduates 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Master of Business Administration 

ILemaro Roget Thompson I Savannah State University 

COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Master of Public Administration 

Carl Von Epps, III I University of Georgia 

Myleka Patrice Jenkins I Savannah State University 

Reginald Vashane Johnson I Savannah State University 

Iris Ledona King I Savannah State University 

Nathan Mai-Lombardo I Saint Louis University 

Cynthia Marie Stephens I Savannah State University 

COLLEGE OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY 

Master of Science in Marine Sciences 

Catherine Jean Carroll I University of West Florida 
Mark Steven Wagner I University' of Georgia 



***Summa Cum Laude **Magna Cum Laude *Cum Laude ! In Absentia 



Undergraduates 

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 

Accounting 



*Kimberly Alicia Berry I Atlanta, Georgia 
Farrah Alexa Dontrae Campbell I Savannah, Georgia 
Rhonda Regina Chapman I Savannah, Georgia 
*Susan DeLoach Durrence I Savannah, Georgia 
Timothy Devell Green, Jr. I Forest Park, Georgia 
**David Samuel Hirsch I Savannah, Georgia 
*Sancia Tracy Joseph- Jarvis I Richmond Hill, Georgia 
*Faycal Kabre I Savannah, Georgia 



Shawannda Lorita McClain I Morrow, Georgia 
Steve E. McCord, Jr. I Riverdale, Georgia 
**Ernika Pre'Shona Nash I Griffin, Georgia 
Cierra ShunTe le Porter I Macon, Georgia 
Prapti Jayprakash Sheth I Savannah, Georgia 
!**Nai-Ying Kuo Tsai I Savannah, Georgia 
Shemeka Simone White I Savannah, Georgia 
Deonte J. Wilson I Austell, Georgia 



Computer Information Systems 



*Charles A. Huggins, EH I Ellenwood, Georgia 
**Seletta Denise Livingston I Savannah, Georgia 
! Richard Dean Lundy, III I Decatur, Georgia 



Brittany Theressa Mungin I Savannah, Georgia 
Antawain Cortez Williams I Columbus, Georgia 



Management 



*Bianca Shante Bostic I Folkston, Georgia 
DeAnna Lasha Bryant I Midway, Georgia 
*Sandrina La' Nise Glover I Hephzibah, Georgia 
Geordan Ramone Grant I Savannah, Georgia 
*Aprdl Teresa Green I Savannah, Georgia 
**Lula Mae Hudson Williams I Savannah, Georgia 



Britney Diane Jackson I Eatonton, Georgia 
Tracy Michelle Kennedy I Pooler, Georgia 
JaVonne Briana Larry I Savannah, Georgia 
Malcolm Jamal Robinson I Snellville, Georgia 
IMelissa Anne Williams I Savannah, Georgia 



Marketing 



Ashley Andrea Chin I Richmond Hill, Georgia 
Lacretia Entres Griffiths I Daly City, California 
*David Nicholas McWilliams I Conyers, Georgia 



Eureka Desiree Zakia Smith I Savannah, Georgia 
Ebony Junae Williams I Hinesville, Georgia 
*Siletta LaRae Wright I Port Wentworth, Georgia 



COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND SOCIAL SCIENCES 

Behavior Analysis 



Tremeil Donneal Boone I Williamson, Georgia 
Starion L'orea'l Byrd I Baxley, Georgia 
Vanessa Renee Chipman I Augusta, Georgia 
Jasmine Whitney Elmore I Savannah, Georgia 
LaKita A. Givens I Augusta, Georgia 
*Shonta Nicole Hazel I Savannah, Georgia 
Tiffany Danielle Jester I Stockbridge, Georgia 
*Sabrina Shante Lewis I Fort Gordon, Georgia 
De'Angelo Marcell Malone I Hinesville, Georgia 
Chantell Bianca Mayo I Augusta, Georgia 
Dwayne Zico Mitchell I Decatur, Georgia 



Lawrence Michael Nix I Clyo, Georgia 
Erinn Nicole Pankey I Jonesboro, Georgia 
Niya Nichole Robinson I Atlanta, Georgia 
Ryan Nicole Sadler I College Park, Georgia 
Tionja Agnee Simmons I Savannah, Georgia 
Adina Sims I Atlanta, Georgia 
Christopher Gerard Troutman I Macon, Georgia 
Tramitra Nicole Turner I Dublin, Georgia 
Sharonda La'Tricia Waters I Decatur, Georgia 
*Cornelia Lee Williams I Savannah, Georgia 
Lawrence Jerome Young, III I Acworth, Georgia 



***Summa Cum Laude **Magna Cum Laude 

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*Cum Laude ! In Absentia 



Criminal Justice 



Ashley Monique Collins I Columbus, Georgia 
*Joel H. Daley I Richmond Hill, Georgia 
Elisha Elaine Dotson I Stockbridge, Georgia 
Spenser Lamont Frazier I Savannah, Georgia 
Alicia Nicole Gadson I Savannah, Georgia 
*Cherrelle JaNee Hagins I Savannah, Georgia 
Deleon A. Hollinger I Miami, Florida 
* Juliette Faye Johnson I Savannah, Georgia 



*Kenyatta Shanta Manigo I Garden City, Georgia 
**Brandon JaMar Miller I Stone Mountain, Georgia 
Rossell Levon Powell, Jr. I Pooler, Georgia 
Tracy Lashawn Rankins I Douglasville, Gaeorgia 
Danielle Ashley Smith I Port Royal, South Carolina 
Javares T. Taylor I Savannah, Georgia 
Kayla Denise Williams I Aurora, Colorado 



English, Language and Literature 



Adrian Denise Dunmeyer I Atlanta, Georgia 
*Keyandra Janee Irvin I Rex, Georgia 
Courtney Yvette King I Pooler, Georgia 



IBryant Montrais Stubbs I Savannah, Georgia 



Jonmil Justin Moss I Ellenwood, Georgia 
Rashana Rixter I Stone Mountain, Georgia 
Xavier Shardae Turner I Jesup, Georgia 



History 



Homeland Security and Emergency Management 

Joyclyn Renese Lynn I Mableton, Georgia 

Mass Communications 



**Sierra Delores Blake I Savannah, Georgia 
Kwabena A. Botchey I Savannah, Georgia 
Ebonee Jhabria Browning I Covington, Georgia 

*ROYESHIA TAMARRA CRAWFORD I LlTHONIA, GEORGIA 

*Bobby Lewis Crutchfield, Jr. I College Park, Georgia 
**Mashay L. Davis I Conley, Georgia 
*Tiffany Rae Fleming I New Haven, Connecticut 
Cameron Kirk Hall I Lawrenceville, Georgia 



***Dorothy Michelle Kemp I Savannah, Georgia 
Fharnell Tiffany Marshall I Savannah, Georgia 
Je' Lisa Maria Mitchell I Savannah, Georgia 
**Shakira Micole Nesbitt I Savannah, Georgia 
Monica Nicole Reid I Marietta, Georgia 
Jovonni Durelle Shuler I Lake Placid, Flordda 
*Terika Sharese Slocumb I Covington, Georgia 
Shante Monique Williams I Decatur, Georgia 



Political Science 



*Christi Rene Garcia I Beaufort, South Carolina 
**Amanda LaShawn Lattimore I Austell, Georgia 



Donovan Nevelle Ringo I Hampton, Georgia 
Hardwick Fitzgerald Smith, II I Augusta, Georgia 



Social Work 



Janay Dortanya Harris I Riverdale, Georgia 



Sociology 



*Yakima Nichol Anderson I Savannah, Georgia 
Artia Quintorrey Arrington I Savannah, Georgia 
*Sha Kari T. Ashley I Savannah, Georgia 
Lakisha S. Hood I Pooler, Georgia 
*Yolonda Yvette Howard I Savannah, Georgia 



*Latrell Denise Morris I Savannah, Georgia 
Sophia Melody Perry I Savannah, Georgia 
Amberia Sharee Robertson I Macon, Georgia 
**!Kendra Marissa Thomas I Thomasville, Georgia 



Visual and Performing Arts 

Samuel Corey Dunham I Atlanta, Georgia Shondanita Shanese Myers I Savannah, Georgia 

***Summa Cum Laude **Magna Cum Laude *Cum Laude ! In Absentia 

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COLLEGE OF SCIENCES AND TECHNOLOGY 

Biology 



Angelique Anita Ash I Savannah, Georgia 
James Christopher Bawlson I Macon, Georgia 
Jordan Lynn Burns I Pooler, Georgia 
Jonathan Prince Davis I Savnnah, Gerogia 
*TiReJe Deneen Dickson I Stone Mountain, Georgia 
*Toniesha Janelle Glover I Atlanta, College 
Kamryn Charisse Golden I Savannah, Georgia 
Darrell Jordan, Jr. I Snellville, Georgia 
Korea Deshay Legree I Savannah, Georgia 



Emmett Ricardo Mitchell I Columbus, Georgia 
Chandra Marie Palmer I Hephzibah, Georgia 
Leon Sanchez Pope I Macon, Georgia 
**Brittney Denise Smith I Atlanta, Georgia 
Kristi Brianna Thomas I Fairburn, Georgia 
*Jonathan Michael Webber I Savannah, Georgia 
Christina Alexis Williams-Naylor I Valdosta, Georgia 
Divine Lynell Wilson I Wadley, Georgia 



Chauncey Nicole Orr I Fairburn, Georgia 
♦Jennifer Laverne Stanley I Dublin, Georgia 



Chemistry 

Alicia Michelle Williams I Savannah, Georgia 



Civil Engineering Technology 

William Joshua Roundtree I Garden City, Georgia 

Computer Science Technology 

Timothy Charod Pendleton I Byron, Georgia Alton Joh'Neal Render I Lagrange, Georgia 

Electronics Engineering Technology 



Lawrence Maurice Ezell, Jr. I Savannah, Georgia 
Riccardo Alonzo Gaskin I Augusta Georgia 
Clarence Jamaal Jones I Decatur, Georgia 



Lewis Edward Jones, IV I Savannah, Georgia 

Corey J. McNeal I Atlanta, Georgia 

Marquis Kennard Williams I Louisville, Kentucky 



Environmental Science 



NORMICA DASHONE Al-KuSH I HlNESVILLE, GEORGIA 

Candice N. Beckley I Savannah, Georgia 
*Sandra Janese Carter I Thunderbolt, Georgia 
*Ronald J. Curry I Garden City, Georgia 



Archibald Charles Elliott I Springfield, Georgia 
Tanea Shanell King I Pooler, Georgia 
Brandon Jamal Parker I Macon, Georgia 



Sheena Louise Corning I Savannah, Georgia 



*Tiita Sada Barmore I Savannah, Georgia 
Kenneth Michael Cain I Savannah, Georgia 
Keoche Kenshon Gracey I Atlanta, Georgia 



Marine Sciences 

Garth Emmanuel Marchant, Jr. I Savannah, Georgia 

Mathematics 

Mekela K. Martin I Jonesboro, Georgia 
*Terry Woodford, Jr. I Macon, Georgia 



NOTE: Appearance of a name on any list in this program must not be considered as conclusive evidence of 
graduation. Persons who have met all requirements for a particular degree and whose names appear on the 
lists in this program will receive the degree indicated. 



***Summa Cum Laude 



**Magna Cum Laude 
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*Cum Laude ! In Absentia 



Honor Graduates 

Summa Cum Laude 

(3.75 - 4.00) 

Dorothy Michelle Kemp 

Magna Cum Laude 
(3.4 -3.74) 



Sierra Delores Blake 
Mashay L. Davis 
David Samuel Hirsch 
Lula Mae Hudson- Williams 
Amanda LaShawn Lattimore 
Seletta Denise Livingston 



Brandon JaMar Miller 
Ernika Pre'Shona Nash 
Shakira Micole Nesbitt 
Brittney Denise Smith 
Kendra Marissa Thomas 
Nai-Ying Kuo Tsai 



Cum Laude 

(3.00 - 3.39) 



Yakima Nichol Anderson 
Sha'Kari T. Ashley 
Tiita Sada Barmore 
Kjmberly Alicia Berry 
Bianca Shante Bostic 
Sandra Janese Carter 
royeshia tamarra crawford 
Bobby Lewis Crutchfield, Jr. 
Ronald Curry 
Joel H. Daley 
TiReJe Deneen Dickson 
Susan Deloach Durrence 
Tiffany Rae Fleming 
Christi Rene Garcia 
Sandrina La'Nise Glover 
Toniesha Janelle Glover 
April Teresa Green 
Cherrelle JaNee' Hagins 



Shonta Nicole Hazel 
yolonda yvette howard 
Charles A. Huggins III 
Keyandra Janee Irvin 
Juliette Faye Johnson 
Sancia Tracy Joseph- Jarvis 
Faycal Kabre 
Sabrina Shante Lewis 
Kenyatta Shanta Manigo 
David Nicholas Mc Williams 
Latrell Denise Morris 
Terika Sharese Slocumb 
Jennifer Laverne Stanley 
Jonathan Michael Webber 
Cornelia Lee Williams 
Terry Woodford, Jr. 
Siletta LaRae Wright 



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